Weekly incident rpt 6-12 - 6-19-12
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WEEKLY SAFETY AND SECURITY REPORT
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JUNE 12-JUNE 19
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FacilityYouth on Staff AssaultsYouth on Youth AssaultsSerious IncidentsCampus DisruptionsReferrals to SecuritySelf Referrals to SecurityDays School CancelledTimes Staff Ratio Not CompliantEscapes
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Evins125014613000
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Giddings151135252*00
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Ron Jackson1110936200
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Gainsville222037117000
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Corsicana584012520300
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Mart2252030116100
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Cottrell0000n/an/an/an/a0
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Ayers0000n/an/an/an/a1
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Turman0000n/an/an/an/a0
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McFadden000n/an/an/an/a0
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Beto0001n/an/an/an/a0
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York0000n/an/an/an/a0
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Schaeffer0006n/an/an/an/a0
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Willoughby0005n/an/an/an/a0
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Tamayo0001n/an/an/an/a0
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Parole, Half-way HouseArrestsDirectives to ApprehendIncidentsOther Occurences*youth self-referrals to security have increased due to youth being upset over the strict application of rules and family issues.  Youth typically stay less than two hours. 
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Region 4 (Houston)371
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Norther Services Area3801
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Region 3 (San Antonio)0401
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Definitions
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Youth on Staff Assault - A youth makes physical contact with a staff intentionally and knowingly.
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Youth on Youth Assault - A youth makes physical contact with another youth intentionally and knowing.
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Serious Incident - An incident that meets criteria for serious incident reporting: escape, use of force, OC spray, hospitalization, sexual assault, emergency situations, deadly force, man-made or natural disasters, death, hostage situations and IRC hotline calls.
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 Campus Disruptions-Incidents that would stop normal operations that demand immediate attention but did not result any major injuries.( ex: youth running around campus, no use of force used no injuries, youth climbing on top of buildings resulting in the delay of movement until normal order is restored).
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Referral to security-Referrals to Security – Youth’s behavior that warrants a referral to security. Agency policy outlines the process for which a youth is admitted, extended or released from security. Note that all referrals to security are NOT admitted.
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Self-Referrals to Security – Any youth in a high restriction facility may request a self-referral to security for protection of harm, mental health issues or other issues as described by the youth.
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Days School Cancelled - School is not held either for a full day or partial day due to unforeseen circumstances (including major disruptions, weather, teacher shortage…)
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Staff to Youth Ratio Not Compliant –The staffing ratio is required to 1:12. A facility ratio may be out of compliance due to call-ins, serious incidents, FMLA, alternative work assignments, suicidal supervision for youth placed on 1 youth to 1 staff ratio and vacancies.
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Escapes - Unauthorized departures from a TJJD facility.
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Arrests - A youth is taken into custody by law enforcement due to probable cause youth committed a new offense.
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Directives to Apprehend - An agency document requesting law enforcement to apprehend a youth typically due to absconding/escape from a halfway house or failure to report to parole officer.
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Incidents - Situation that require notifications to immediate supervisors for information purposes that may not necessarily warrant a hotline call or serious incident report being submitted: minor injuries that were accidental, youth misconduct , suicidal behaviors, infractions while in the community that are not criminal (public school rule violations, incidents at youth’s place of employment, not making curfew)
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